In 2015, Artcurial Monaco SAM opened in the Principality. The location of its offices, in the heart of Monte-Carlo, allows the firm to be present all year round in the Principality and more widely on the French Riviera. This branch has strengthened Artcurial’s presence throughout the world and its international network in order to offer a local service to its foreign clients.
Artcurial organises two prestige sales in the summer and winter, focusing on the specialities of Jewellery, Collector’s Watches and Hermès & Luxury Bags, taking advantage of the Principality’s dynamism and its ideal setting for the world of luxury goods. These annual events have become a must for connoisseurs and collectors from around the world.
Artcurial’s history is inextricably linked to the prestigious auctions it has had the honour of organising in Monaco, such as the remarkable sale from the reserves from H.S.H. Prince Rainier III of Monaco’s private collection of cars in 2012, or the three editions of Monaco Sculptures, an event sale dedicated to 20th and 21st century sculpture in partnership with the Société des Bains de Mer and preceded by a three-month exhibition in the Principality’s most iconic venues.
The firm’s specialists regularly travel to Monaco and the French Riviera by appointment, when they can establish with you the most appropriate sales strategy for your property. They also offer tailor-made advice in the context of inheritance or insurance inventories.
Free and confidential valuation days, covering all of the firm’s specialities, are also offered in Monaco on the dates shown below.
In addition to the following valuation days, our specialists in more than 25 art departments are available throughout the year in our Monaco office or at your home to provide complimentary and confidential valuations and bespoke inventories for your artworks and objects.
Artcurial Motorcars presents The W Collection: From Stockholm to Monaco, one of the most important private cars collections in Europe, which will be auctioned on 9 May 2024 in Monaco, ahead of the Grand Prix Historique. Estimated at around €35 million, this exceptional collection of 55 rare classic cars recounts the passion of a Swedish aesthete driven by a profound love of cars and aesthetics. The collector has decided to sell his entire collection, with no reserve price.
The Monaco Auction Week sales, held at the Hôtel Hermitage in Monte-Carlo, were a resounding success, with Artcurial’s Watches, Jewellery and Hermès & Luxury Bags. Under the hammers of Stéphane Aubert and Geoffroy Ader, the 5 successive sales totalled €9,101,772.
Once again this year, Artcurial returns to Monaco for another edition of its prestige sales at the Hôtel Hermitage, from 14th to 17th January. During this winter interlude, the Hôtel Hermitage will host public exhibitions and sales of Important Watches, Jewellery and Hermès & Luxury Bags.
The Monaco Auction Week sales, which was held from 16th to 19th July 2023 at the Hotel Hermitage in Monte-Carlo, were a resounding success with Artcurial’s Jewellery, Watches, Fashion & Luxury Accessories, Post-War & Contemporary Art and, for the first time, Design departments all shined on the French Riviera, totaling over €14 M.
On the occasion of the Monaco Auction Week from 14th to 19th July, the Principality opens once again the Société des Bains de Mer’s gardens and establishments to the Monaco Sculptures sale. Designed around the leading artists of the 20th and 21st centuries, this 4th edition features a unique monumental artwork signed by César. This welded iron plaque, measuring more than 3 meters, was assembled from the Iron Lady's old staircases and beams, dismantled in the early 1980s . Its sale on 18th July at the Hôtel Hermitage in Monte-Carlo is the ultimate tribute to Gustave Eiffel, whose centenary is being celebrated this year.
At its Monaco Auction Week, Artcurial will be presenting for the very first time a private collection from Monaco dedicated to the very best of post-war Italian design. This chic and eclectic collection brings together the most iconic pieces by Italian designers and architects. From Gio Ponti to Gino Sarfatti and Ico Parisi, these pieces will be auctioned on July 19th at the Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo
Why are the watches delivered by Rolex to the Compagnie Maritime d’Expertise de Marseille from the 1970s onwards so fascinating to collectors?
On 15th January this year, on the occasion of her first watch sale of the year, Marie Sanna-Legrand, Director of Collector’s Watches and Associate Director of Artcurial, brought together all enthusiasts of diving watches and “tool watches” in Monaco for a conversation entitled “Comex, the watchmaking legend made in Marseille”.
On 7th December, Artcurial presented the sale entitled Massimo Campigli Collection, Dreamtime, which brought together original artworks by the Italian artist alongside rare mid-20th century Australian Aboriginal paintings and Oceanic art from his collection.
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